“The safest destination Max 1 & Max 2 “
- In the time of the Crown, the safest place was a ship.
- Our boats are regularly disinfected and thoroughly cleaned to enable you a safe and carefree vacation.
- Beautiful and remote locations along the crystal clear Adriatic Sea invite you, your family and friends
- Breathe in security and beauty where it suits you
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In our MAX Yacht Sukošan fleet there are 2 ships, Mirakul 30 HT, Max 1 and Max 2
MAX 1 2019 year
MAX 2 2020 year
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D-Marin – Sukošan
About the port
D-Marin Dalmacija Marina
The marina provides berths for 1,200 yachts up to 70m LOA, and draft up to 7m as well as the 300 dry dock capacity. It is the perfect superyacht homeport due to its central position, so yachts can access any area of the Adriatic Coast at only one-day cruising distance from the marina.
D-Marin marinas offer tailored solutions and personal touch to its members and guests together with high quality facilities and a number of technical services, converting a yacht parking harbour into a life-style spot.
Marina is easily accessible by boat or car, being only 10 minutes away from international airports Zadar and 60 minutes away from Split airport; it is only few minutes drive to Croatia’s main A1 motorway.
It is mentioned for the first time on Christmas 1066 in the document of King Petar Krešimir IV, and is also called the Krešimir`s town. Until the epidemic of plague in the mid-17th century it was the largest town on the entire eastern Adriatic coast.
Among the Croatian towns it stands out with its unique position in the central part of the Adriatic, in a picturesque and spacious bay on the sunken mouth of the river Krka.
The beautiful town of a unique urban expression is connected with the open sea by the vivid, narrow and curving St.Anthony`s Channel. The entrance to the channel is protected by the Renaissance fortress of St. Nicholas, which along with three other town fortresses – St. Michael, St.John and Barone, is a symbol of the centuries-old unconquered history of Sibenik, but also one of the three such fortresses in the whole Mediterranean.
Šibenik is the only town in Croatia and one of the few cities in the world with two monuments listed on UNESCO’s list of protected cultural heritage sites.
The most significant monument in Šibenik, known in European architecture and listed as a world heritage site of UNESCO, is certainly the Šibenik`s cathedral of St. James dating from the 15th and 16th centuries. Five generations were working on that building for more than a hundred years, creating the perfect proportions and the impression that it was cast out of one piece. The cathedral is the only one such building in Europe built of stone without the use of binder mortars and wooden constructive elements. Together with the Renaissance Town Hall and the surrounding churches, palaces and the Duke`s palace, where the County Museum is located today, it forms one of the most beautiful squares in the Croatian urbanistic heritage.
The second monument on the World Heritage List of UNESCO is already mentioned St. Nicholas Fortress which was enrolled as part of the nomination “The Republic of Venice Defense Systems in the period from the 15th to the 17th century.
Sibenik is a town with 24 churches, 6 monasteries, 4 fortresses, attractive “Four wells” not far from the Cathedral, 2851 stone stairs, the largest number of baroque organ and the medieval monastery garden of St. Lawrence – the only such kind in Croatia.
Along with its rich cultural and historical heritage, the natural beauty of Sibenik and its surroundings, the town has been classified as one of the most desirable tourist destinations in the Mediterranean.
In the near vicinity of Sibenik there are two national parks and one nature park which, along with many other beauties of Šibenik, form a tourist paradise for all nature lovers.